Management of female breast disease by Southampton general practitioners

Nichols, S.; Waters, W.E.; Wheeler, M.J.
November 1980
British Medical Journal;11/29/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6253, p1450
Academic Journal
Focuses on the clinical management of Southampton general practitioners on female breast disease. Need to teach and promote breast self-examination; Availability of breast screening facilities in Southampton; Factors considered by the practitioners in dealing with patients.


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